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[ad_1] In coping with the global pandemic that is COVID-19, organizations shouldn’t lose sight of protecting themselves against cybercrime Global concerns over the current spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and what will happen next with the outbreak are having a major impact on the global economy. The UN’s trade and development agency (UNCTAD) says...
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[ad_1] If your teams weren’t already using popular collaboration tools such as Slack, Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Google, chances are they are now. The sudden widespread directive for most employees to work from home due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus means many IT and security teams have had to scramble to figure out...
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[ad_1] A spear-phishing attack this week hooked a customer service employee at GoDaddy.com, the world’s largest domain name registrar, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. The incident gave the phisher the ability to view and modify key customer records, access that was used to change domain settings for a half-dozen GoDaddy customers, including transaction brokering site escrow.com. Escrow.com helps people...
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[ad_1] Video messaging apps are an essential communication tool for at home and within businesses, especially during the COVID-19 lockdown period. They are generally safe to use but there are a few security risks which users should be aware of. Our increased use of video messaging apps has not gone unnoticed by cybercriminals, who are...
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[ad_1] The novel coronavirus is giving opportunistic threat actors new means of deploying malicious lures on unsuspecting targets. Today’s example shows the attacker leveraging the pandemic by offering guidance on how to avoid coronavirus scams. Unfortunately, it’s also a scam. We are providing ongoing updates on coronavirus-themed attacks observed by the PhishLabs team. This post...
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[ad_1] Azure® Active Directory (AAD or Azure AD) has emerged as a popular identity management tool for admins pondering cloud-based user management. Those looking to move their on-prem infrastructure to the cloud are wondering whether Azure AD can manage identities without the need for legacy hardware, like a local server. As IT departments evaluate the...
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[ad_1] Hate Agent-Based Security? Two CISOs Reveal a Better Way to Protect AWS, Azure, and GCP Agent-based Security Tools Carry Biases from the Physical World Before the cloud, we secured physical hosts. That meant spending time installing multiple security agents—one for each server. But at least we were living in a fairly static world. IP...
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[ad_1] Pop quiz: What’s the goal of your vulnerability management (VM) program? If the first thing that came to mind was, “keeping systems patched and up-to-date,” this might be one of those times to take a step back to reassess. In today’s unfortunate reality of smaller teams and scaled back budgets, everyone in the organization...
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[ad_1] In application security, so often the cause of vulnerabilities can be traced to the development process. It’s the nature of application development and a consequence of moving faster with shorter deadlines. It’s no wonder it translates to coding errors in code deployments. This is why it’s important to use application security tools and patch...
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[ad_1] After reports that the Zoom app on iOS was sending details about the users’ devices to Facebook, even if they had no Facebook account, the company announced that it removed the Facebook SDK from the application. The Facebook SDK sends telemetry back, usually about devices it’s installed on, including hardware and operating system. While...
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[ad_1] Introduction to integer overflows and underflows Integer overflow and underflow vulnerabilities are considered the eighth most dangerous vulnerability in the Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) Top 25… Go on to the site to read the full article *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosec Resources authored by Howard Poston. Read the...
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[ad_1] Contrast Security has released the first “Route Intelligence” functionality in the latest version of its next-generation security platform. In this DevOps Chats, we speak with Contrast’s CTO/co-founder, Jeff Williams, about what route intelligence is and why you should have a look at it. Contrast continues to set the bar in DevSecOps, pushing beyond vulnerability...
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[ad_1] The coronavirus (COVID-19) is continuing to impact the globe in an unprecedented fashion, shutting down schools, cities and even entire countries. The novelty of this situation is spreading fear and uncertainty worldwide, especially among those who may have ignored concerns at first and assumed they would not be affected by the outbreak. In the...
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[ad_1] With more cybersecurity professionals being required to work from home, the rate at which cloud security tools have been transitioning to the cloud may be about to accelerate. A survey of 130 security practitioners who attended the recent Cloud and Security Expo in London suggests the rate at which security tools have been migrating...
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[ad_1] Given the situation that many companies, organizations and government agencies have been forced into working remotely due to COVID-19, it is imperative to give some thought about corporate security. Using a VPN for New Stay-at-Home Workers Millions of employees are now working from the confines of their own homes in an effort to keep...
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[ad_1] A new report out of the UK takes a deep look at the oft-reported security skills shortage and finds that while fewer businesses are dealing with overall technical skills gaps, they are especially struggling to find qualified people to fill specialized security roles. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) report is the...
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[ad_1] Women have long played important roles in cybersecurity, yet they are still underrepresented in the cybersecurity workforce. According to the 2019 Women in Cybersecurity study, women now represent 24% (up from 11% in 2017) of the total cybersecurity workforce, but when it comes to holding leadership positions in cybersecurity, the number is significantly smaller....
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[ad_1] As COVID-19 cases have further spread over the past few weeks, our team has come across new lures that target an individual’s fear of coronavirus as it relates to their health insurance coverage. Both examples lead to malicious sites that attempt to steal Microsoft Office 365 login credentials. We are providing ongoing updates on...
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[ad_1] Every so often, podcasts and such will invite me to speak on a variety of topics. And this week, I was very excited to join @cktricky and @sethlaw on the Absolute AppSec podcast. I have known Ken for years, and he is one of the people that I admire. So not only was it...
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[ad_1] While no one can predict the longer-term global impact of COVID-19, the immediate changes to our daily lives are apparent, specifically – homeworking. Indeed, the advice from almost every Government is unanimous – work from home if you can. The concept of working remotely is nothing new, around 4 million UK employees currently do...
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